Terry Clark

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 (tĕr′ē), Clark Known as "Mumbles." 1920-2015.
American jazz trumpeter and vocalist who was noted for his muted trumpet style and his mumbled scat singing.
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Performing together since 2001, The Black Honkeys are, (Brother) Phil Esposito, Lead Vocals; Nicole Simone, Lead and Backup vocals; Wil Harris, Bass; Steven Tanner, Drums; Greg Czinke, Guitar and Backup Vocals; John Dash Dixon, Keyboard; Terry Clark, Trumpet; Scott Myers, Trombone; Billy Summer, Guitar.
In the February issue of LD+A, Terry Clark of Finelite, in his "straight talk" assessment of the market, asked the question: Which technologies will win?
Front, l-r: John Parkinson, Terry Clark, Tony Vincent, Frank Campbell, Peter Thompson.
An experienced back-up team will be headed by Rye Hill's head coach Manny Burgo with support from Terry Clark, Phillip Hatton and former Northern Area welterweight champion Paul King.
Terry Clark, the company manager, commercial maintenance publications, said 'CDG continues to be an excellent partner to HBC (the company).
Leading the charge are two men in New South Wales - Aussie Bob Trimbole, from the town of Griffith, and Kiwi Terry Clark, a Sydney-based charmer with a twinkle in his eye and a big dream.
New Mexico has executed one prisoner, Terry Clark a convicted child murderer, in the past 49 years.
Terry Clark, 24, brother Lewis, 21, with friend Ian Jenkins, crushed Steven Bates, 36, in their 4x4 and stabbed him, it is claimed.
SPLASHING ABOUT: Terry Clark captured this starling taking an early morning bath in the back garden of his home in Newham Grange, Stockton; PARK LIFE: Caught on camera by Julie Vickers is this squirrel climbing a tree in Albert Park, Middlesbrough; EARLY MORNING: Sunrise on Redcar beach photographed by Scott Jarrett using a Canon 400D and a Sigma 10-20mm lens
Maria Wilkinson and Terry Clark at the gathering and (right) Olive Crutchlow enjoys a joke.
Terry Clark, president of Acme Furniture Industries Ltd.
The outcome was reported to Britain's ambassador John Graham by Terry Clark, a senior official in the Middle East department, in a letter dated January 10 1975.